Ticket holders who had paid up to $1200 each for the event,
ironically titled “Climate Conclusion”, will be
forced to seek refunds.
The circumstances that have forced Gore to keep a low profile
are almost certainly related to the climategate scandal, which
is now the most viral topic on the internet.
here by Richard North shows that the ratio between
the number of general web pages on Google and the number of
news reports recorded puts climategate way in front of Afghanistan,
Tiger Woods and Obama in terms of general interest.
It is also no coincidence that Gore has been confronted on
several occasions in the past few days.
From Portland to Chicago, almost everywhere Gore has made a
public appearance lately, he has been booed, protested and challenged
by alert Americans who are refusing to go along with his fearmongering
From his direct connections to Maurice Strong to his mansion
that uses 20 times the energy of the average American home,
people are finally waking up to the fact that the world's
first Carbon billionaire is perhaps not the right
guy to be listening to when it comes to theories of climate
hurricanes, melting ice caps and mass flooding
onto the front cover of his latest book, Our Choice; A Plan
To Solve The Climate Crisis hasn't impressed too many people
either. The inside of the book, which still maintains a thoroughly
disproved hurricane-climate link, proves that in this case you
really can judge a book by it's cover.
The height of mockery ensued on The
Daily Show with John Stewart quipping “global
warming [has been] debunked via the Internet YOU invented.”
Gore has literally become as foolish in the eyes of the world
as his ManBearPig hunting South Park caricature. Then again
he did promise that he was going to "start
acting crazy", clearly he wasn't joking.
The tangible fallout of climategate is clear for all to see.
Gore is a laughing stock and the conference on Global Climate,
the only goal of which is to implement a global carbon tax,
has already been dubbed a miserable failure.
Furthermore, on Tuesday, Australia's Senate voted
against their Carbon Trading bill, a measure that
spurred the opposition party to install a new leader who has
vowed to reject the proposal outright. Australian prime minister,
Kevin Rudd, now faces an early election.
In addition a survey from Rasumssen
Reports yesterday shows that 59% of Americans say
it’s at least somewhat likely that some scientists have
falsified research data to support their own theories and beliefs
about global warming.